Last month, we welcomed Transporter Engineering to the Arnold Clark Innovation Centre, where they showcased their new Voyager 2 transporter.
One of the key features of the Voyager 2 is the incorporated electric powerpack, which allows the vehicle to be coupled to any type of tractor unit, giving customers the option of using alternative fuels in the future.
And Transporter Engineering gave an on-site demonstration of how the Voyager 2 is loaded, using seven vehicles from the Innovation Centre.
Here are the steps of how the transporter was loaded:
The Arnold Clark Innovation Centre opened last year on Dumbarton Road in Glasgow’s West End with the aim of educating visitors about the benefits of alternative fuel vehicles and why they are becoming so important.
Thinking of making the switch to electric?
There are more than 60 vehicles on site available to test-drive, from plug-in and self-charging hybrids to fully electric vehicles.
There are no sales at the site, which is specifically an innovation, information, and educational centre.
You can also learn about the different types of charging and generous government tax and grants available if you're thinking of moving to electric.